Folks, this is the Lomography Nour Triplet V 2.0/64 Bokeh Control Art Lens – the latest addition to the Lomography family of boundary-pushing artistic lenses. Once again, Lomography is back, reinventing historic lenses for modern-day photographers and videographers – this time, the master of lo-fi photography gear has taken its inspiration from the history of a fascinating scientist, Hasan Ibn al-Haytham, who lived around 1021 in Cairo, Egypt, and credited as the pioneer of modern optics.

Lomography Nour Triplet V 2.0/54 Boken Control Art Lens

This lens is the world’s first full-frame mirrorless lens fully dedicated to spherical aberration control. The Lomography Nour Triplet V 2.0/54 Bokeh Control Art Lens is a modern lens for a historic mind that offers three levels of spherical aberration control, letting you dive into amazing portraiture, and tell stories through cinematic videography. It serves as a modern tribute to Ibn al-Haytham’s pivotal contributions to optical theories that remain relevant today.

Hasan Ibn al-Haytham’s fascination with light demonstrated through his daily observations of the sun’s movement in Cairo, led to the groundbreaking discovery of spherical aberration. Drawing inspiration not only from his discoveries but also from the historical Cooke triplet lens design, this lens represents a significant advancement in optical technology for contemporary creators.

Lomography Nour Triplet V 2.0/54 Boken Control Art Lens

It consists of 5 multi-coated glass elements in 3 groups, offering precise control over optical aberrations, resulting in vivid colors and a subtle light vignetting effect that guides the viewer’s gaze to the photograph’s central, crisp area. The lens, with its versatile 64 mm focal length, is ideal for creating striking portraits. It features a unique spherical aberration control knob that allows subjects to shine dramatically against three distinctive backdrops. Signature special-shaped Lomography drop-in aperture plates add stunning bokeh effects to your images.

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For videography, the control knob enables seamless transitions between a soft-focus glow and a sharp three-dimensional effect, complete with beautiful soap bubble bokeh. Silent stopless focus and aperture rings, along with optional follow-focus gear rings, offer precise control for capturing emotions and achieving stunning cinematographic effects in-camera.

Lomography Nour Triplet V 2.0/54 Boken Control Art Lens

Key Features:

– Compatible with full-frame mirrorless Canon RF, Nikon Z, and Sony E mount cameras.

– Available in historic brass and sleek black aluminum versions.

– Unique spherical aberration control knob for three powerful bokeh effects: Soft, Classic, and Bubble.

– Optimal for portraits with a 64 mm focal length.

– Maximum aperture of f/2.0 for a beautifully shallow depth of field and excellent low-light performance.

– Special-shaped rear drop-in aperture plates for exquisite bokeh effects.

– Modern helicoid focusing mechanism for quick operation and easy integration with filmmaking gear.

This lens bridges the gap between historical inspiration and cutting-edge technology, offering photographers and videographers unparalleled creative possibilities.

You can learn more about the new Lomography Nour Triplet V 2.0/54 Bokeh Control Art Lens on Kickstarter where, if so desire, you may choose to help to product become a reality by pledging for a product. It has 28 days on the calendar to roll in another 14,000 dollars or more for the product to go into production.

Images: Lomography.

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